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New Nonfiction (with commentary): 15 February 2016

A weekly series, published each Monday, sharing a selected list of new nonfiction titles to be published during the week. List originally published at The Reader's Advisor Online. Text in bold is commentary.

Bell-Scott, Patricia - The Firebrand and the First Lady: Portrait of a Friendship; Pauli Murray, Eleanor Roosevelt, and the Struggle for Social Justice [From Amazon: "how a brilliant writer-turned-activist, granddaughter of a mulatto slave, and the first lady of the United States...forged an enduring friendship." Looks interesting, and I've always found Eleanor a sympathetic character, but 480 pages? Now may not be the time.]
Booker, Cory - United: Thoughts on Finding Common Ground and Advancing the Common Good [150,000 first printing. On the author: "Raised in northern New Jersey, Cory Booker went to Stanford University on a football scholarship, accepted a Rhodes Scholarship to Oxford University, then studied at Yale Law School."]
Coleman, David & others - The Presidential Recordings: John F. Kennedy Volumes IV–VI: The Winds of Change: October 29, 1962 [I've kind of gone off the Kennedys lately, for whatever reason, although at one point I did find books about them interesting.]
Denton, Sally - The Profiteers: Bechtel and the Men Who Built the World [OOOhhh..."the inside story of the Bechtel family and the empire they’ve controlled since the construction of the Hoover Dam." I must have it.]
Fang Lizhi - The Most Wanted Man in China: My Journey from Scientist to Enemy of the State [From Amazon: "The long-awaited memoir by Fang Lizhi, the celebrated physicist whose clashes with the Chinese regime helped inspire the Tiananmen Square protests." 30,000 first printing.]
Frankopan, Peter - The Silk Roads: A New History of the World [This sounds good, I think. Although, oof, 672 pages.]
Goyal, Nikhil - Schools on Trial: How Freedom and Creativity Can Fix Our Educational Malpractice
Grey, Joel - Master of Ceremonies: A Memoir ["Joel Grey, the Tony and Academy Award-winning Master of Ceremonies in Cabaret finally tells his remarkable life story." 75,000 first printing.]
Hudson, Kate - Pretty Happy: Healthy Ways to Love Your Body [I find actress Kate Hudson very dull.]
Jacoby, Susan - Strange Gods: A Secular History of Conversion [Jacoby got a lot of press in 2009 for her book The Age of American Unreason.]
Klebold, Sue - A Mother’s Reckoning: Living in the Aftermath of Tragedy [By the mother of Dylan Klebold, one of the Columbine shooters. 200,000 first printing.]
Martinez, Juan - Conviction: The Untold Story of Putting Jodi Arias Behind Bars [100,000 first printing.]
Monro, Alexander - The Paper Trail: An Unexpected History of a Revolutionary Invention
Nocera, Joe & Ben Strauss - Indentured: The Epic Scandal of the NCAA [Ugh. Sounds interesting, but I can't do it. To be honest, I haven't looked at college sports the same way since indexing/reading Scoreboard, Baby. 150,000 first printing.]
Seidel, Frederick - Widening Income Inequality: Poems
Stiglitz, Joseph - The Euro: How a Common Currency Threatens the Future of Europe [Stiglitz is a well-known economist. I'd almost forgotten about it, but I did try to read his book The Three Trillion Dollar War, but I just couldn't do it.]
Walsh, James D. - Playing Against the House : The Undercover Life of a Union Organizer in America’s Service Economy [I'm absolutely addicted to work memoirs of any kind. I'll have to get this one.]

So, what do you think? Anything look good there?